Flashback on Trevor screaming at Ashley for fucking up their show.
Flashback of Ashley screaming that stupid "Angel Wings" line.
Flashback of Ashley making excuses to Trevor.
Flashback of thirty-two people applauding Ashley after his scene.
Cut to Ashley smiling, remembering how great it is to act in a crap-ass scene in a basement. Why not show a flashback of the crowd at the Britney concert? Ashley sighs a few times as we go to commercial.
I don't know if it's possible, but if you can watch Making the Band in Houston, the local commercial programming here is HY-sterical. This commercial for the King Fish Market alone is worth the price of the airplane ticket. Nobody wants to advertise during the O-No Half-hour.
Cut to O-Town, already in progress. Someone is telling Ashley that he has to leave Hollywood and go back to his job. I love how everyone pretends that Ashley doesn't have an entire crew with him. Silent Mike says that they'll all discuss it as a group when Ashley gets back. Ashley gives a tearful sigh from the comfort of his hotel room.
Trevor and his dad stop at one of Trevor's dad's favorite Soul Food joints. Trevor tells us that his dad has worked seventeen to twenty hours a day for twenty-eight years. Doing what? Give your papa some money, Trevor. That shit ain't right. Trevor says his dad never complains about his hours, and speculates that this must be what being an adult is like. Hours of bullshit, never complaining. I'd start speculating where your father is working if he's only home four hours a day. PapaTrevor tells Trevor to keep doing what he's doing. He tells him a few times. No shit, PapaTrevor. Make that kid clone himself and work two times so you don't have to eat mac and cheese from a serving line before your two hours of sleep a night. Trevor has the nerve to say that his job is tough. PapaTrevor goes on about the service again, and how Trevor will get used to it, and how it's important that Trevor save all this money (and give it to PapaTrevor). He tells Trevor that they all miss him as much as he misses them, but that what he's doing now is going to help him in life. Trevor pulls out two Knicks tickets and hands them to his dad. PapaTrevor is crazy proud of his son. "Right behind Spike Lee," Trevor boasts. PapaTrevor is practically in tears as he kisses his son and thanks him profusely. Trevor says that spending this time with his father has made him realize that O-Town is his new family. Heh. Sorry, PapaTrevor. Keep that ticket stub -- Trevor's got a new family now. Trevor and PapaTrevor kiss and tell each other that they love each other.